Remember, remember ... we've rounded up a calendar of the sparkliest bonfire and firework bonanzas for you, and thrown in some spooky Halloween entertainment for good measure ...

Saturday, November 2, from 4pm
Ledbury Fireworks Bonanza
Featuring two big firework displays and live music, including popular local band, Frontrunner. Hot food and a bar, with rides with Rogers’ funfair. 
The gates to Hazle Meadows will open at 4pm, and the bonfire will be lit at 6pm. The first display will be at 6.30pm and the second at 7.30pm. Tickets: H J Pugh office, LDA Meats, Cameron and Swan and Number One Sandwich Shop.

Saturday, November 2, 6pm
Ewyas Harold Fireworks
Bar, stalls, BBQ. All profits donated to the local community and groups. Strictly no sparklers. Ewyas Harold Recreation Ground. 

Saturday, November 2, from 5pm
Hereford Racecourse
The biggest firework display returns for its 43rd year. Hereford Round Table is committed to raising money for the local community and every penny of profit from the event will be donated to charitable causes in Herefordshire.

Saturday, November 2 (CANCELLED)
Ross Lions Annual Bonfire and Fireworks Display

The annual display organised by Ross on Wye Lions Club provides an enjoyable event for the community and raises Funds for Lions Charity purposes.

Saturday, November 2
Presteigne Fireworks

The theme for this year's event, hosted by Sheep Music will be linked to the 50th anniversary of the first man on the moon. The parade will leave the Recycling Centre at 6.15pm with fireworks at Went’s Meadow at 6.45pm. With fire sculpture, fireworks, live band, hot food and bar. Went’s Meadow, Knighton Road, Presteigne

Saturday, November 2
Tenbury Wells Bonfire and Fireworks Display

Bonfire and fireworks organised by the Round Table
The Burgage, Tenbury Wells

Saturday, November 2
The Kington Bonfire
Back for its 50th Year, torchlight procession at 6.45pm Hot food and drinks. Kington Recreation Ground.

Sunday, November 3

Treago Bonfire and Fireworks

Gates open at 4pm. Firework display set to music will start at 6pm. BBQ and bar, vegan options, mulled cider and produce from Pengethly Farm shop. Held in aid of Garway Primary School PSA at Treago Farm, near St. Weonards.

Sunday, November 3
Clyro Court Bonfire and Fireworks

Food and drink, bar and sweet stall. Tombola and sweet stall from The Black Mountain Lions. Gates open at 5pm, bonfire at 6pm, fireworks at 7pm. Family tickets (two adults/two children) £15.

Tuesday, November 5
Pembridge fireworks display

Free entry for all, with donation buckets on the night for next year's fireworks and other village community projects. Gates open at 6pm, bonfire lit at 6.30pm, fireworks at 7pm, strictly no sparklers. Marquee with hot dogs and burgers, and bar.
Millennium Field, 6-7.30pm

Tuesday, November 5
Weobley Bonfire and fireworks

The annual display will be held at Hopelands. Torchlight procession from the village centre from 6pm, bonfire lit at 6.30pm, and the professional fireworks display starts at 7pm. Refreshments and free parking at the event and at Castle Green.

November 9 and 10
West Midlands Safari Park Firework Festival

Bonfire, spectacular fireworks, late-night rides and music at the West Midland Safari Park in Worcestershire.
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Saturday, November 16
Bromyard Fireworks Display
Bonfire at 5.30pm followed by a fireworks display.
The Rifle Range by the Football Club.

October 30 and 31, 10.30am to 5.30pm
The Old House 

The Black and White House Museum is transformed into the Haunted House for Halloween with dim lighting, strobe effects and uneven floors. Not recommended for under-fives.

Sunday October 27, 6pm and 8pm
Hocus Pocus at Hereford Racecourse

Hocus Pocus is 26 years old this year! And being shown on the big screen .... outdoors. Pay a £4 deposit online, refunded if rain or high winds stop the screening, and the balance on the night of the spooky screening.

October 31
Halloween at The Courtyard

has two spooky screenings: Wallace and Gromit in The curse of the Were-Rabbit and An American Werewolf in London as well as a screening of Nightfall, a short horror movie made by Herefordshire based company Wye Valley Films. And, because face painting is not just for kids, Looby Lou Face Painting will be on hand until 7pm for adults to get ghouled up. 340555

October 25 and November 1 and 2
Ralph Court Gardens

Two seasonally spooky theatrical events - Oscar Wilde's classic The Canterville Ghost (October 25) and Penny Dreadful (November 1 and 2), a one-woman show featuring Sweeney Todd's partner in crime, Mrs. Lovett!